As stated by the new market research report on Personal Care Appliances, the United States represents the single largest market worldwide. Increasing emphasis on personal appearance and grooming and growing awareness about oral hygiene represent major demand drivers for various types of personal care appliances. The growing trend towards in-house styling has led Americans to seek electrical appliances that are convenient and easy-to-use. With manufacturers incorporating new and advanced features into the products, consumers are being lured into purchasing them. Health-conscious baby boomers are also enhancing demand for healthcare products such as electric toothbrushes. While US remains a major market for personal care appliances, future growth is anticipated from the emerging economies of Asia-Pacific and Latin America. Burgeoning population, a large middle class segment with expanding disposable incomes, and globalization of trade activities have positioned developing economies such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) as major consumer markets for personal care appliances.
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Richard Brandson, as a successful entrepreneur, shared a few business and life lessions from his role model - his mother which further prooves the important roles moms are playing. The original article appears in Entrepreneur.com by Richard Branson himself.
He wrote,'Of all the lessons they imparted when I was growing up, these five from my mother really stand out.
1. No Regrets
I’m often flabbergasted by the amount of time some people waste dwelling on their past failures, rather than directing that energy into new projects. My mother always taught me never to look back in regret, but to immediately move on to the next thing.
Our family budget was fairly tight when I was growing up, and I was always fascinated by her money-making projects, which were often craft-based, like building and selling wooden tissue boxes and wastepaper bins. If an item didn’t sell, she tried something else.
Her activities inspired some of my first ideas, like breeding budgerigars and growing and selling Christmas trees. Both of those businesses failed: Since I went to a boarding school, I couldn’t take care of the birds, and rabbits ate the tree seedlings. But Mum had showed me that a setback is just another of life’s lessons, so I quickly moved on to other projects, following her example. Related: Richard Branson on Giving Your Employees Freedom
2. Learn to Survive-- Fast
There is a rather well-known story about Mum stopping the car on the way home from a shopping trip and telling me to find my own way home – about 3 miles through the countryside, and I was somewhere around 5 years old. She was punishing me for causing mischief in the back seat, but she was also teaching me a larger lesson about overcoming my disabling shyness and learning to ask others for directions.
I got horribly lost, but eventually a neighboring farmer helped me to reach home. The experience made me learn to find the grit to overcome what may seem like overwhelming obstacles.
This has been a key principle in my business life. In a company’s first year, your goal should be simply to survive, and this will likely take everything you’ve got. No matter how tired or afraid you are, you have to figure out how to keep going.
3. Put Others First
There was always a focus on teamwork in our home – working in the garden, helping to prepare meals, cleaning up. I have two younger sisters, Lindi and Vanessa, and Mum always kept the three of us working hard. It certainly instilled a very healthy work ethic in me, as many of my staff would point out!
If we tried to escape chores, she would explain how selfish that was by describing the effect on everyone else in our family. We were a team, and we had to be confident that we could rely on each other. This has always informed my business philosophy: People are the most important part of any company.
Related: Richard Branson on Inspiring Employees
4. Keep Your Feet on the Ground
When you start to become relatively well known, it can be easy to get carried away with your successes. (It can be especially hard to keep your head out of the clouds if you own a few airlines and have a taste for flying hot air balloons.) But Mum has always kept my feet firmly on the ground – metaphorically at least – partly because she knows me so well, and so she does not believe all the press.
She has rarely praised me in public; I was surprised but pleased when she admitted in a CNBC interview last year that she was proud of me, particularly of my charitable work. But she has always given me quiet, constant encouragement. Everyone in my family shows each other a lot of love, which is far more important than anything else.
5. Every Day is a Freash Chance to Achieve Something New
Mum has always seen every day as a fresh chance to achieve something new, fun and exciting. Even today, she is incredibly active, working very hard on all manner of projects -- right now she is working on a memoir, and she recently published a children’s book. We still have to fit our schedules around her plans.
Mum is always looking ahead, focused on trying to improve things and bring about positive change. Following her example, I am always focused firmly on the future too.'
It was a wonderful read and a great inspiration for all the momreneurs out there.
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